Honda Atlas launched the 2019 Civic Facelift in Pakistan, along with reintroducing the 1.5 liter Turbo variant the production of which was halted due to fuel incompatibility issues.
Volkswagen announced its plans to start assembling commercial vehicles in Pakistan by 2021.
Pak Suzuki Alto 660cc made its debut at the 2019 PAPS AutoShow on 12th April.
Indus Motor Company revised the prices of Toyota cars in Pakistan amid depreciating Rupee value against the US Dollar.
An exchange of documents for a Licensing and Technical Assistance Agreement between Proton Holding and Al-Haj Automotive Private Limited was conducted on the 26th of April 2019.
Suzuki introduced the all-new Carry pickup and its minivan derivatives at the 2019 Indonesia International Motor Show.
Pak Suzuki increased the prices of Cultus AGS and Swift.
The first local assembled Changan vehicle, the Karvaan 6+2 seat minivan rolled off the assembly lines on the 2nd of May 2019.
Honda unveiled the BR-V facelift at 2019 Indonesia International Motor Show
Regal Automobiles started road testing their 800cc Prince Pearl hatchback.
In May 2019, CarSpiritPK via its own sources exclusively reported that Indus Motor Company (IMC) will launch the Yaris sedan in Pakistan, to which some media outlets called our report fake & misleading and even went on to publish videos claiming that IMC will be launching a 1000cc Vios by October instead of the Yaris. Though the imminent launch of Toyota Yaris has once again helped CarSpiritPK emerge as a trusted portal when it comes to delivering authentic automotive news in Pakistan.
Images of Pak Suzuki testing 4th gen Swift hybrid appeared on the internet. The company had imported a few units & was reportedly conducting a feasibility study to launch the vehicle in Pakistan.
Al-Futtaim Group which was in process of introducing Renault cars in Pakistan put a hold on its investment. The French automaker reportedly cancelled the licensing agreement with the UAE conglomerate and lost its interest to enter Pakistani market.
Following a major fraud, Indus Motor Company terminated dealership of Toyota Gujranwala Motors for noncompliance of the company’s rules and regulations.
The sad demise of teenage son of PPP senior leader Qamar Zaman Kaira, along with a fellow companion who lost his life in a tragic road accident raised serious questions over safety features in locally assembled vehicles.
Prime Minister Imran Khan ordered to develop an Electric Vehicle policy.
Government rejected the proposal for commercial import of used cars in Pakistan.
Lucky Motors signed an expression of interest and MoU with Groupe PSA of France to assemble, manufacture, market and sell Peugeot branded cars in Pakistan.
Al-Haj FAW revised the prices of their cars amid depreciating Rupee against the US Dollar.
Pak Suzuki finally launched the 8th generation Alto 660cc in Pakistan replacing the 30-years old Mehran.
The next generation Honda City was spied for the very first time testing in Thailand.
Honda Atlas increased the prices of its cars by up to Rs 400,000
Kia Seltos compact SUV made its global debut in June.
Pak Suzuki announced the revision in prices of its local assembled as well as imported models by up to PKR 350,000.
Indus Motor Company revised the prices of Toyota cars in Pakistan by up to Rs 830,000
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